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"Haven V2" by Kenburn on 12.12.2008
This area on Onyx was used for SPARTAN III exercises. It is believed to be Forerunner ruins. 2-10 Players.
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Subject: Map Variant
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  • last post: 01.01.0001 12:00 AM PDT

You COMPLETELY removed my name from it? Dude you -blam!- -blam!-, remove this -blam!- NOW!

I'm getting tired of this, I showed you SO MUCH PROOF! You're a DUMBASS!

  • 12.19.2008 4:15 PM PDT
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Calm down Picceta...have you watched halo 3 forges? this map was featured on it....its sort of hard to edit a movie already submitted on youtube.

  • 12.22.2008 1:48 PM PDT

My Best Maps, The Hog Pit & Hogcano ENJOY!

Shrew The Movie! What They Are Doing Is A Clear Violation Of The Bungie Code Of Conduct.

  • 12.31.2008 4:03 PM PDT

ok, for all those people ranting about how the maps are stolen, listen to me! i came here from the youtube channel Machinema (you probably know it) were there people are showcasing the maps, and in the beggining of ep. 1 he says that tracking down the original creator is near impossible and that if they could keep the original names on the maps to put them on the file share but they cant, if i made a map and Machinima showcased it i be pretty damn pleased so STFU!!!

  • 01.01.2009 9:29 PM PDT
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Destiny awaits. And it will be great.

Posted by: Rockenruss
ok, for all those people ranting about how the maps are stolen, listen to me! i came here from the youtube channel Machinema (you probably know it) were there people are showcasing the maps, and in the beggining of ep. 1 he says that tracking down the original creator is near impossible and that if they could keep the original names on the maps to put them on the file share but they cant, if i made a map and Machinima showcased it i be pretty damn pleased so STFU!!!

If they can't find the author of a POPULAR MAP, they're pretty stupid in my opinion. It's really easy to use Bungie's search system to find maps, and with maybe two minutes of searching I was able to find "Haven V2" authored by Picceta by simply searching "Haven" in the search bar. In the event that multiple versions by different authors come up, it's not that hard to ask legitimate websites like ForgeHub.com where a map initially came from. Besides, if an author's name cannot be found, THE MAP SHOULDN'T BE FEATURED IN THE FIRST PLACE. Doing so is like finding a finished book manuscript on the sidewalk (a Forged Map Variant whose author I don't know), taking it to a publisher (Machinima.com) and getting it published under my own name (putting up a video on Youtube and re-authoring it and putting it on my File Share). I don't care how good it is or how "prestigious" a feature is, the fact of the matter is that Picceta's Haven was PLAGIARIZED due to a lack of credit where credit is due. Where I come from, plagiarism is a serious offense.

As such, there are two possible explanations: laziness or deliberate plagiarism. I hope for Kenburn and Dragon Munday's sake that the first explanation is the truth, but I have a strong feeling that it's the second. If Kenburn and Dragon Munday legitimately cared about finding the original author of maps they feature, they would replace the files on their File Shares with the correct ones upon learning this information. Haven has been stolen for almost an entire month now, and not a word from the plagiarizers has been heard. This lends me to believe the latter, that Kenburn and Dragon Munday are stealing maps deliberately. As long as it continues, I will use my influence in large Halo communities to bring shame to Machinima.com for allowing such plagiarism to occur.

  • 01.02.2009 6:52 PM PDT

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